Candlelight Vigil Held on October 1, 2017
Each year, during Mental Health Awareness Week, we hold a candle vigil to promote awareness of mental illness. This year’s attendance, at St. Paul’s church in Fayetteville, was an all time high! Fayetteville Mayor Lionel Jordon was there to proclaim the first week of October “Mental Illness Awareness Week.” Ten community members told their own stories, from their own point of view, about mental illness in Washington and Benton counties.
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